Haematology and Patients with Bleeding Problems and Dental Practice
Disorders of the blood can affect the timing of dental treatment.
White cell defects influence healing after surgical treatments.
Red cell defects influence healing and the choice of anaesthesia.
Clotting problems impact on surgical treatments and the choice of local anaesthesia.
Anticoagulant medication interacts with drugs used in dentistry.
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